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Complaints about Maine businesses flouting coronavirus rules have been low, but that may be the calm before the tourism-season storm.
She lost her father as a teen. Now, she’s written a book with the man wrongly convicted of killing him.
With their lives inextricably linked by trauma, more than 40 years later, Amy Banks and Isaac Knapper and their families have found within each other a path to healing and redemption.
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“I am getting older. I am going to die someday. And I am okay with that. But first, I’d like to live without judging myself too old or imperfect to enjoy life as I am,” Emily Morrison writes.